BetGames.TV takes games live with Doradobet

BetGames.TV, the leading live dealer betting games supplier, has further extended its Latin American reach in a deal with Doradobet.

BetGames.TV’s immersive stable of titles, including Baccarat and Wheel of Fortune, are live on the operator’s site in Peru and Central America, with additional regional markets set to follow.

Doradobet’s leading white-label platform, VirtualSoft, will also directly integrate the provider’s innovative product suite, allowing players and third-party operator groups from across the continent to enjoy its hit games.

The agreement caps a busy period for the supplier, following a succession of major commercial deals with prominent regional operators, as well as tripling bet counts across LatAm during the past few months. 

Commenting on the deal, Eddie Morales, LatAm Sales Director at BetGames.TV said“We are thrilled to launch with Doradobet, an exciting operator boasting a world class white label product in VirtualSoft.

“The partnership sees us go from strength to strength right across LatAm’s exciting territories, with a further raft of high-profile deals and unique product launches set to be released in the coming months.” 

Lorenzo Johnson, CEO of Virtualsoft and DoradoBet added: “At Vistualsoft we are committed to offering the latest trends in game content to our partners and associates.

“For this reason, we have opted for Betgames.TV’s products which offer a unique and fast game mode that will surely be attractive to a wide variety of customers, both for those experienced and those new to sports betting and casino games.”

BetGames.TV’s award-winning offering can be integrated seamlessly and delivers a uniquely immersive betting experience to players across the globe.

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